Me In Book Characters Tag

Originally, I saw this tag swirling around the blogosphere and I wanted to do it so bad, I thought I’d just tackle it without having been tagged officially. But then, as if The Orang-utan Librarian read my mind and made it possible for me to do the Me in Book Characters Tag for an actual reason. It was only after that, that I realised I had no idea which characters to pick. In previous posts (Characters I Am Most Alike and Myself in Five Characters), I always ventured into the TV realm, so this required a lot of thinking (and also hoping I wouldn’t repeat myself! Let’s see what I’ve got!


  1. Thank the creators of the tag (Ash & Lo @windowsill books)
  2. Thank whoever tagged you!
  3. List 5 book characters who you are most like and explain why.
  4. Tag your friends!

Molly – The Upside of Unrequited

Okay, so I my entire review of The Upside of Unrequited was basically me explaining why I connected with Molly, but I’ll try to say it in short here. She is one of the characters that I don’t just connect on an emotional level with, but also on a physical level in part and that is something that happens like … once in a decade?

Elle – Geekerella

Elle is a really cool chick. She is geeky and very passionate about a certain franchise, so much so that she has a blog about it. I am not trying to say that one movie/book/TV show was the reason I started blogging, but that need to share what you hold dear in this world and to find like-minded people is something I can very much relate to.

Clark – The Unexpected Everything

This one might seem like a bit of a stretch, but hear me out! Clark is this nerdy, sort of awkward Fantasy writer and … that’s kinda what I see myself as?

Celia – The Night Circus

Celia is a very kind woman, but she can also lose her temper. I’d consider myself nice and polite whenever I meet someone new, but beware when you try to make me your enemy, because I can rain hell on you. There’s a lot of bottled up anger in me.

In addition to that she loves reading so much that she’d rather stay home (where she has replaced furniture with books) and read than go out with friends and that’s definitely very me.

Klaus – A Series of Unfortunate Events

Lastly, there is Klaus. He’s a bright young man and as I was growing up, people always seemed to tell me that I was very mature for my age and smart on top of that. I am not going to lie, I don’t just have all the good qualities of Klaus, though, I can also be a little know-it-all just like him. Nobody’s perfect!

That’s all from my part and I can only hope you enjoyed getting to know me better through these characters!


**These are some of my latest followers and I am using this opportunity to get to know you better! However, if you’ve done the tag before or simply don’t want to do it, please don’t feel obliged!**

36 thoughts on “Me In Book Characters Tag

  1. So glad you did this!! and your answers were so awesome!! I can really relate to Celia and Klaus is such an awesome pick!!! hehe I like how you went for the not-so-good qualities as well- I can really relate to the know-it-all-ness as well πŸ˜‰ And I haven’t read the other books, but those characters seem awesome and like a great fit πŸ˜€

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  2. I love this kind of tag and you did such a great job with it – I have no idea how I’d find people like me in books? πŸ˜‚ I’ll have to try though, because you tagged me ages ago for something just like this πŸ˜‚ Anyway ahha.
    I really want to read The Upside of Unrequited, it sounds so good and I’m even more intrigued knowing you related and loved the main character of this so, so much. And I completely picture yourself as Clark, if you were a boy. Seriously, I think you’d be just like him – and he is quite awesome, let’s admit it. πŸ˜›
    Great post!! πŸ™‚

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    • I don’t think there is any one character that is 100% like me, but I’ve gotten quite alright at finding traits in characters (especially the ones I like) that I can relate to enough to use them for these tags hahaha and if I can do it, you can do it too!
      Also, I am so glad you see me as Clark ❀ Clark is bae hahaha

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  3. I love this tag, and I loved reading your answers as well Kat! πŸ™‚ I think Molly from The Upside of Unrequited is a great character to relate to (and I’m not just saying that because she’s a character I relate to as well)! πŸ˜€ I loved Elle from Geekerella because of her passion for her favourite fandom, and I really really loved Celia from The Night Circus, that’s actually one of my all-time favourite books and I think I’d like to be Celia! Great post Kat. πŸ™‚ ❀

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  4. i actually relate to your answers a lot? maybe we’re personality twins? hahahah. no, i’m sure you’re much more awesome!
    even though i’ve never read the upside of unrequited, every time i listen to people talking about molly’s character, all i can think about is: “omg, that’s me!”. even though i’m not someone to have multiple crushes, i’ve never done anything about them, because i’m too insecure on my appearence. i guess in a lot of ways that’s why i’m a bit *scared* to read this book. i feel like facing molly would also be facing myself, and how terrifying can that be? hahah.
    i guess the #1 character that i identify myself with is percy jackson. we both: love blue, are extremely loyal, and defeat monsters with our sarcasm!

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    • Hey, twinnie!!! πŸ™‚
      I completely get your hesitation for reading The Upside of Unrequited, because facing yourself is scary! But I can still only recommend it. It’s such a heartfelt and warm story and facing your fears is always (or at least in most cases) a good thing πŸ˜‰


  5. This is such a fun tag! Love the characters you’ve chosen, though I don’t know all of them. You definitely made me want to read Geekerella more though (it was already on my tbr I think?) – Ella sounds like a great character πŸ™‚

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  6. […] I adore so many of the characters in this universe, but it is always the kids who really get to shine. Violet Baudelaire was a role model of mine with her amazing invention skills and strong character. Sunny was always a bit of a weirdo, but gave way to direly needed comic relief and sass. In the end, it was always Klaus Baudelaire I related to the most though (as already mentioned in this post here). […]


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